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My immediate reaction would be to sit back and think twice about doing this at all. Pointers to functions aren't exactly the most commonly used feature in C. At least 95% of the time that you'd use a pointer to a function in C, you'd be better off using a virtual function in C++. What you're left with is such a tiny amount of legitimate usage that there's ...


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An assessment day is normally a way for the company to get a large pool of applicants looked at by a group of people in the company. It's really a time saving effort on their front. I attended two assessment days when I had just graduated from my degree. There is normally a presentation about the company, then some group exercises where candidates are put ...


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Have you tried (company-wide) retrospectives? Generally, it's a moment where the team comes together, usually after a sprint, to discuss what went well, what didn't go well, what they should start doing, what they should do more, what they should stop doing. At the end, you should have one or two actionable improvements to implement for the coming sprint. ...


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We have something similar built into our desktop products. For logging errors/exceptions we use Eurekalog, which compiles into your exe file and can email you a stack trace and the exception type and message (among many other details). Highly recommended (or something similar depending on your language and development environment). For feature suggestions ...


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A "skills assessment" to me sounds like the classic problem of mixing requirements with solution. I would backtrack and document the business problem and expected benefit. I don't know the specifics in your case, but an example might be: Problem: "40% of the candidates we hire do not meet our needs, which causes our team to lose 200 hours of productivity ...



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